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Bermet Tursunkulova, Ph.D. in Politics

Associate Professor

International and Comparative Politics Department

Division of Social Sciences

 

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Phone: +996 (312) 915000 ext. 458

Room: 215

 
  • Introduction to Political Studies (ICP 101)
  • Senior Thesis I, II (ICP 404, ICP 406)
  • Civic Engagement: Global Trends and Development of Civil Society in Central Asia (ICP 342)
  • Globalization and Social Sciences (SS/LAS/GDS-102)

Kandidat of Political Sciences (Ph.D.), Kyrgyz-Slavonic Russian University (Sept. 2000 - Dec.2006), Bishkek. Kyrgyzstan. Thesis title: "The Globalization Challenges for the Post-Soviet Countries During the TransitionPeriod”. Supervisor: Dr. Ainura Elebaeva. 

MA, International Relations and European Studies, Central European University(1998 – 1999), Budapest, Hungary. Thesis Title: “The Political Economy of the WTO Membership: the Case of the Former Soviet Union States”. Supervisor: Phillip Watkins.

BA, International Relations and International Law, International University of Kyrgyzstan(1994 – 1998), Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Thesis Title: “The Problems of the Central Asian Integration”.

"Parlamentarizm na electoralnom rinke Kyrgyzstana-do i posle 2010 goda” (“Parliamentarism at the Electoral Market of Kyrgyzstan: before and after 2010”) (in Russian)  with Medet Tiulegenov http://analitika.akipress.org/news:5189, February 26, 2015

“How Effective is the EITI in the Kyrgyz Republic?”, http://eiti.org/blog/how-effective-eiti-kyrgyz-republic#, January 8, 2014

“State, Regime, and Government in the Kyrgyz Republic (1991–2010): Disaggregating a Relationship” with Sally Cummings, Shairbek, Juraev, Alexander Pugachev and Medet Tiulegenov East European Politics, Volume 29, Issue 4, 2013, pp.443-460

 'The Power of Precedent”, in Sally N. Cummings (ed.), (2008) Domestic and International Perspectives on Kyrgyzstan's 'Tulip Revolution': Motives, Mobilization and Meanings in Central Asian Survey, Vol 28, Nos 3-4, pp. 347-360 reprinted in  “The Power of Precedent”, Sally Cummings (ed.) 2009. Domestic and International Perspectives on Kyrgyzstan's 'Tulip Revolution': Motives, Mobilization and Meanings. Routledge, London.

“Perspektivy razvitiya post-sovetskih gosudarstv Centralnoi Azii v globalizirueshemsya mire” (The Development of Perspectives of the Post-Soviet States of the Central Asia in the Globalizing World”). (monograph in Russian). Bishkek, 2006.

“Usloviya razvitiya post-sovetskih gosudarstv v globalizirueshemsa mire (“The Conditions of Development of Post-Soviet States in the Globalizing World”), Obshestvennye i gumanitarnye nauki ( Social Sciences and Humanities), # 4, 2006, Bishkek.

“Vashingtonsky consensus i razvivaushiesa strany” (“The Washington Consensus and Developing Countries”), Vestnik KRSU, Volume 6, # 6, 2006, Bishkek.

“Nazionalnye gosudarstva i novye vyzovy v epohu globalizazii” (“Nation-states and New Challenges in the Era of Globalization”), Sayasat (Policy) Analytical Journal of the Institute for Development of Kazakhstan, # 6, June 2006, pp.4-6.

“Problemy zentralno-aziatskogo regiona v epohu globalizazii” (“Problems of the Central Asian Region in the Age of Globalization”).  Reader. Bishkek, 2005.  Co-author with M. Puhova, A. Elebaeva, C. Chotaeva, N. Esenamanova.

“Precarious Private Higher Education in Central Asia”, International Higher Education Journal (Boston College), # 38, Winter 2005, pp. 10-11.

“Osnovnye trendy i harakteristiki globalizazii v mirovoi ekonomike” (“Main Trends and Features of the Globalization of the World Economy”), Kyrgyz National University Journal # 7, July 2003 (published in Russian).

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